Lindy and the sailors The colours surface ember night, Away from fallin' sun. The jewelry in the skies above, Reaching for this one. Her burdens carry empty flights, Of stairs and ravens black. The night it wanders still alone, Twisted, paned and cracked. The red it shimmers! Orestes plays. The gleaming silver knife. The cold it bites. The drinks - they fight! The friends some leave with strife. An angel plays a soothing hymn On harp, as children dance Around a girl - a pretty flame. A gorgeous one, she'd lance. Her dreams are broke in rushing white, In rocks far from the trees. Her heart is giv'n, her peace comes near... Beware! It's just the breeze. A cobra wings, as she drowns out All the sorr'ws of day. And when she stretches out to Light, That quickly fades away. How much would pay for health and stars, Her oceans crossed 'yond seas. The ships they sail. They're sailing dear! Have heart - They sail for thee.